Presentation Theme

It could go in either "Working with Faculty and Administration" or "Leadership & Management" or both!

Presentation Type

Interactive Workshop (105 minute solution-based workshop)

Abstract

Based on the best-selling book, "Getting to Yes" by Fisher, Ury, and Patton (3rd Edition, 2011), Madison College has adopted an interest-based approach for making college-wide decisions as well as for resolving issues in programs and departments. In this session you'll experience the elements of an interest-based approach to problem solving that you can use in addressing conflicts in any work situation. (It works at home too!) You'll leave with a new-found appreciation for the process--its ease and effectiveness--along with materials you can take back to your college to spark your transformation.

Keywords

Collaborative Negotiation Inclusive Decision Transparent Win Leadership Conflict Resolution Problem Solving

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Additional Files

About the Presenter.docx (84 kB)
Presenter Bio

1-Inclusive and Collaborative Leadership in Decision Making 2.pdf (440 kB)
Presentation PPT

2-WHY IT IS USEFUL TO SEPERATE INTERESTS FROM OPTIONS (LNDSCP).pdf (66 kB)
Handout #1: Why it is Useful to Differentiate Between Interests and Positions

5-Sample Questions for IBPS.pdf (71 kB)
Handout #2: Sample Questions to Ask to Discern Interests and Drive Option Generation

4-GRAB BAG ACC.pdf (17 kB)
Interests vs Position Grab Bag Cards

7-Sample IBPS and SG Projects from 2014-2017.pdf (486 kB)
Madison College Projects using IBPS Principles

6-EXTERNAL MARKETING BROCHURE.pdf (2050 kB)
Madison College Office of IBPS Brochure

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Inclusive and Collaborative Leadership in Decision Making

Based on the best-selling book, "Getting to Yes" by Fisher, Ury, and Patton (3rd Edition, 2011), Madison College has adopted an interest-based approach for making college-wide decisions as well as for resolving issues in programs and departments. In this session you'll experience the elements of an interest-based approach to problem solving that you can use in addressing conflicts in any work situation. (It works at home too!) You'll leave with a new-found appreciation for the process--its ease and effectiveness--along with materials you can take back to your college to spark your transformation.